Avalue introduced the EPI-QM57 EPIC computing module. The EPI-QM57 features the Intel Core i7 processor. The two-chip platform is based on Intel’s 32nm process technology and integrates the Northbridge chip with the CPU. The EPI-QM57 is ideal for medical instruments, PoS/kiosk machines, digital signage, surveillance devices, automation controllers, and military systems. Avalue’s EPI-QM57 supports Microsoft Windows 7 / 7e / XP / XPe / Vista, WEPOS, and Linux operating systems.
What is the EPI-QM57?
The EPI-QM57 is an EPIC computing board. It features either the Intel Core i7-620LE or i7-620UE processor. The EPI-QM57 features one 204-pin DDR3 SODIMM (non-ECC), DVI, dual-channel 18/24-bit LVDS, VGA (co-lay with DVI), dual display configurations, four sets of SATA, one set of EIDE, two sets of COM, eight sets of USB 2.0 ports, 8-bit GPIO, and one external CF socket. It also provides one set of PCIe x1 and one optional 34mm Express Card slot for expansions (such as wireless connectivity, video capture or extra storage). The built-in touch screen interface allows an interactive Panel PC setup and two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces for faster and more flexible connection.
Avalue EPI-QM57 EPIC Module Features
- Onboard Low Voltage or Ultra-low Voltage Intel Core i7 processor
- One 204-pin DDR3 SODIMM (non-ECC) Up to 4GB
- DDR3 800/1066 SDRAM
- Dual View, 2-CH LVDS, DVI (Co-lay with VGA)
- Dual Intel Gigabit Ethernet
- 1 CF, 4 SATA, 2 COM, 8 USB, 16-bit GPIO
- Options: Express Card/34mm, Built-in Touch
- Screen Interface
- Supports Intel Active Management Technology 6.0
- Supports RAID 0/1/5/10
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